Wednesday, September 06, 2006
Although Spurrier is known as an offensive mastermind, it was a tough defense that pitched a shutout in South Carolina's 15-0 victory over Mississippi State in the opener last week at Starkville.
This should be an interesting game with lots of hard hitting defensive play that I predict will come down to the kicking of the Bulldog's outstanding punter Gordon Ely-Kelso, as good field position will be an enormously important factor in such a tight contest.
I'd like to see Georgia quarterback Joe Tereshinski, who was a woeful 7 for 17, which produced a mere 90 yards against Western Kentucky, perk up and finally lead what is a fully loaded offense featuring great backs, blockers and receivers. We'll just have to wait and see.
Predicted outcome: GA wins 20-17.
Monday, September 04, 2006
Steve you will be missed, but I'm sure you're up there in heaven right now wrassling with crocs and kissing pit vipers on the mouth. Thanks for the memories, you shall remain an inspiration to all who love nature and the great outdoors. Rest in peace my friend.
Saturday, September 02, 2006
I'd like to thank my creative partners and friends Maria, Vanessa, Barb and Lin for a job very well done. Y'all made me look good by satisfying our clients and giving them a meaningful experience. Cain't ask for much more'n that.
Next year the AOE will offer Zion as an optional flyover trip by scenic air charter from Las Vegas. A fleeting glimpse from 10,000 feet above. Whatever dude.
It is ONLY two more short weeks till I yam a moving to Flooooorda. Ohhhh yess lawd I really is!!!
Friday's supper consisted of pulled pork bbq w/slaw (Carolina style) on an open faced Wal-Mart (Great Value brand) enriched white flour bun. The sides are fresh roasted corn & bean salad with finely diced red serrano pepper and home fries w/red onion sitting atop a tangy puddle of Bit & Spur chile ketchup.
This first day of September repast was downed with a liter of chilled Shasta seltzer water, and all I could say was mmmmmmmmmmm.
Hopefully our tomatoes will turn red by the time Connie arrives in Cedar Valley. I shore does hope they do, I really does.